handle Pull-Requests in Eclipse

To handle Pull-Requests one has to use the Bitbucket WEB-pages. I think an integration into the ide-connector would be very nice, to handle the Pull-Request in your favourite IDE.

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At the moment there is no support for Pull Requests in the IDE adapters. As far as I know, there are no plans to implement the Pull Request in the IDE adapters.

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Timothy Chin Community Champion May 20, 2014

SourceTree has this right?

SourceTree is working on git repositories. I think it is not aware of Bitbucket.

Timothy Chin Community Champion May 21, 2014

I believe that you can do Repository > Settings > Edit and you can specify that the remote repository is hosted in Bitbucket. So when doing commits locally, you can also trigger pull requests.

Hello Timothy,

had to search for a while until I found the little check box for the pull request. I believe, doing this in Source Tree is not very handy. But surely better than nothing;-)

But I would still prefer to use my IDE for this step.

Kind regards
Matthias

Timothy Chin Community Champion May 26, 2014
Will the developers of the IDE do it then? ;)

Make as much noise/lobbing as you can to grab their attention :)

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